Oh, I think I might vomit. I had to do many, many head checks when I worked in school-age care with the YMCA. Those were gross days. Gross, gross, gross.But this was still a good laugh.Praise God that our inheritance is infinitely better than lice!
well, i'll be. fancy "finding" you here. ready to hear how i found you . . . i follow a blog (mckmama) and she had a post that linked to another post with a picture of a lady having breakfast with her blogging friend and i thought to myself "hey, i know that lady i think" and since the lady in the picture was named jenny, i thought it had to be you. one more click and there you were! glad to "see" things are going well in your life.have a great day!oh, i love the ava translation too. kids are the best!!!blessings!shana
There's a shampoo for that right? in the God give me a good hair day aisle? And if you're not too busy I was catty with that other mom today, am I forgiven?SUPER CUTE!
I am glad taht we do not have to have eternal lice, as we can wash with a special shampoo for that. I am also glad that we can have eternal "life" as we can wash in the special shampoo that Jesus has given to us. Lori Translation, For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, so that we do not have to have eternal lice, but we have the assurance of eternal "life" through him!! AMEN!!
How terrifying for her! She's picturing the lesser of two evils..."well, i don't perish, but I do get eternal lice." Poor thing! :)Too cute. I love that you shared this, it's a hoot!
I think I might rather perish. The lice is definitely the more formidable foe. Yike!
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